Nice attack was due to ‘decades of multiculturalism and political correctness’ says Polish Interior Minister

Poland’s right wing interior minister Mariusz Blaszczak has blamed last night’s terror attack in Nice on ‘multiculturalism’ after it emerged the killer was a French Tunisian living in the city.

Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, 31, killed 84 people as he drove his large lorry along the main promenade in Nice indiscriminately knocking down pedestrians who had just finished watching the city’s Bastille Day fireworks.

Unlike other international politicians, Blaszczak blamed France and the European Union’s Foreign affairs commissioner Federica Mogherini for last night’s deadly attack.

He said: ‘We must reject political correctness and call things by their true names. Rather than shedding tears like Mogherini and … organising marches that solve nothing, authorities should ensure the safety of citizens.’

In an interview on Polsat News, he said the attack in Nice is the consequence of many years of ‘multi-cultural policies and political correctness. This is how it ends.’

  • simus1

    Spoken like a real man who is part of a real government , not like the superannuated toy/rent boys and girls who infest the halls of power in most western countries.

    • And from a nation and culture that well understands how quickly freedom and identity can be washed away by a corrupt elite.

  • BillyHW

    He’s absolutely right.

    • Maurixio Garciasanchez

      Miss Billy try to send this polish guy a kiss because he is right.

  • tom_billesley

    Blaszczak is the antithesis of a useful idiot.

  • My God! That man is talking sense!

    He must be stopped!

  • tom_billesley

    “Switzerland and EU to intensify immigration negotiations”
    What that means is that EC president Juncker is leaning on the Swiss to give up any plan to restrict “free movement of people” or face renegotiation of bilateral trade agreements to their detriment.

    Switzerland had a referendum in February 2014. The Swiss people backed strict quotas on immigrants from the EU. Switzerland has since been under pressure to re-run the referendum. Hmm… that sounds familiar.

    The Swiss president and Juncker met on the fringes of the summit meeting in Mongolia and today “stressed the common interest on the part of Switzerland and the EU in consolidating and further developing the bilateral path”. Bilateral path, as long as it’s in lock-step.